I get it, if you put a dollar in the fine jar, you will leave me alone. aka Travis Hart
Member Carla Hart put together a collage of pictures for the Saturday social to be held at Maria Cameron’s house on August 27th. Great job as always!
Seventh grader Alyza Lovengath spoke about World Stride to be held on the East Coast including Washington DC and New York City next year. She will learn how government works and will be on ABC – Good Morning America.
Danny Bryon spoke about the National Leadership Conference which is a 4 day event to be held in San Jose, CA in the spring of 2012. On his last conference, he learned how to speak before a group and get involved with projects. For any high school student, this is a great educational event.
Girl Scout leader Jennifer Stemple accepts a $150 gift certificate to the Pizza Factory for their participation in the Mayor’s event last spring. The girl scouts appeared on stage for a great presentation.
Fellow Kiwanian and Madera District Attorney Michael Keitz spoke about the budget issues facing his office. More importanly, the State is reducing prison inmate popultation and farming off some imates to the counties. As a result, many low level offenders will have early release or no time served.
Ranchos Pizza Factory has converted the Party Room into the Hawk’s Nest for all those parties and club events. We thank the Pizza Factory for allowing Ranchos Kiwanis to meet here each Thursday evening at 6:30 pm except for the first Thurdsay, 6:30 am.
Ralph Gonzales, American Indian Veteran’s Assn., spoke about their organization and what the Color Guard does for events mostly in California. We will be honored to have their Color Guard at the Kiwanis Fireworks Booth at 6 pm on Friday …
Madera Ranchos Kiwanis held the annual Cross the River Run from Woodward Park in Fresno to Cobb Ranch in Madera, California. There were 121 runners who braved a light rain and cool weather. The funds raised from the race participates and generous
sponsors will benefit the children of our community.